My good friend and Mentor Tom “Big Al” Schreiter has posed these questions time and time again… “Why do some MLM distributors make the right choices and build Successful MLM businesses? Why do some MLM distributors consistently make terrible choices, lose money, watch their MLM companies crumble, and lead a life of frustration with no results for their efforts?
His answer is very clear and it is simple. Picture this scenario if you will.
You find yourself standing in a room with three doors. Behind each door is an opportunity, a path that will lead you to either success or failure. You don’t know what kind of opportunity or success lies behind each door, so you have three options.
Option #1. You can stay standing. Don’t make a choice or a commitment. Just don’t do anything. Stay there where you are in life.
Option #2. Blindly pick a door. Maybe you feel lucky, hope that hype will work in your favour, or feel good about the vibes from picking your lucky number.
Option #3. Ask someone what is behind the doors.
Would it not make perfect sense to ask someone what lies beyond the three closed doors? Why insist on taking chances with your life? The success of your MLM business should not be left up to crossing your fingers, and guess work…or having a lottery hope to win attitude. This is the power that having a mentor can bring to your “desire for success” in your company.
Fact…The most successful big earners in MLM built their businesses from using two successful strategies:
Strategy #1 for MLM success: If you want to learn how to be successful in MLM, learn from someone who is already successful.
Strategy #2 for MLM success: Learn from someone who has a system for success that you can follow.
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Dave and Darlene Mills
Leadership With A Vision
Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world. by Joel A. Barker